The recent situation of the country hasn't being a smooth one as troubles and chaos arises from various corners of major cities across the country and the government is doing it's best to control the situation.
In the aftermath of the President's national address to the nation, many Nigerians have reacted in various ways and many seem to be unhappy and dissatisfied with the speech as their expectations were cut off.
Top celebrities in Nigeria have reacted to the President's national address to the nation yesterday and here's a popular figure on Instagram who has reacted in a motivated manner.
His name is "Cubana Chiefpriest" who is popularly known as the Celebrity Barman and he has made his intentions known that he wants to contest for a political seat in the next election (2023).
He takes inspiration from popular night cliub owner "Shina Peller" and also reiterated that youths should come back to their hometowns to make plans to support their people. He said older people shouldn't be the only ones voting back in their hometowns.
He said that the energy that was invested in the peaceful protest needs to be taken back to their hometowns to contest, campaign and support any candidate. He also urges the youth to make regular attempt to return to their villages and local government as the foreign countries that they reside isn't their home.
He shared these photo with the caption;
Cubana Chiefpriest is sending out a message that they aim to succeed in 2023 must be from the grassroot. Cubana Chiefpriest is a successful entrepreneur, business man and social media influencer.
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